Landlord fees

Our Letting and Management charges will vary depending on the type of property you have and the duration of let. For further information, please request a copy of our Lettings and Management Terms and Conditions from our Singapore office and the fees chargeable.

Letting Service:

 

  • Agree a market rent
  • Provide advice on market conditions
  • Advise on best preparation and presentation of your property
  • Discuss non-resident tax status and HMRC deductions (if applicable)
  • Commence marketing and advertising on relevant portals
  • Conduct accompanied viewings
  • Negotiate offers to source a tenant and secure holding deposit
  • Carry out third party referencing
  • Prepare and administer Tenancy Agreement (fees apply)
  • Collect initial rent payment, Tenant deposit and other administration costs
  • Register Tenants deposit (fees apply)
  • Organize Inventory and check-in (fees apply)
  • Deduct commission and other pre-tenancy invoices. Submit invoice for balance of commission fees (where applicable)
  • Negotiate renewal, prepare and present documentation (fees apply)
  • Release Tenants deposit once agreement is reached between Landlord and Tenant
  • Register Tenant's deposit (fees apply)

 

Fully Managed Service:

 

  • Agree a market rent
  • Provide advice on market conditions
  • Advise on best preparation and presentation of your property
  • Discuss non-resident tax status and HMRC deductions (if applicable)
  • Organize an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
  • Commence marketing and advertising on relevant portals
  • Ensure the Landlord Complies with their statutory obligations
  • Conduct accompanied viewings
  • Negotiate offers to source a tenant and secure holding deposit
  • Carry out third party referencing
  • Prepare and administer Tenancy Agreement (fees apply)
  • Collect initial rent payment, Tenant deposit and other administration costs
  • Hold keys throughout the Tenancy Term
  • Register Tenants deposit (fees apply)
  • Organize Inventory and check-in (fees apply)
  • Deduct commission and other pre-tenancy invoices. Submit invoice for balance of commission fees (where applicable)
  • Collect and forward rent throughout the Tenancy
  • Conduct property inspections at least once per annum and provide feedback to the landlord
  • Deal with and arrange for repairs through approved contractors
  • Pay invoices resulting from repairs, ground rent, service charges and other Property related outgoings
  • Prepare statements detailing rent received as well as any other income or outgoings in respect of the Property
  • Provide a Property Management emergency out of hours service.
  • Deal with day to day management matters
  • Negotiate renewal, prepare and present documentation (fees apply)
  • Organize inventory check-out
  • Deal with the end of Tenancy and any related issues such as damage caused by the Tenant
  • Release Tenants deposit once agreement is reached between Landlord and Tenant
  • Submit any disputed amount to the Tenancy Deposit Scheme for adjudication
  • Unprotect security deposit

 

 

*** Kindly note that the above may vary based on location of your overseas property. Please contact our experts for further details.